Manton Parish Council

Serving the people of Manton

Clerk: Lawrence Webster
16 Berrybushes, Market
Overton, Rutland LE15 7PQ

Latest News

Playground re-opening

Manton Parish Council are pleased to be able to reopen our village playground. Please note however that the equipment in the bark pit remains out of use as the current level of bark surface does not meet the required safety depth. Please ensure that your child, for their own safety, does not attempt to use the equipment in this area. Please remember that allowing children to use this playground and... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 01 Aug 2020 12:05 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Parish Council, Playground, coronavirus

Parish Council - 2019/20 Annual Governance and Accountability Return

The 2019/20 AGAR including Accounting Statements and associated papers are available at the menu selections following:

"About the council > Finance and administration > Financial information"

Posted: Sun, 21 Jun 2020 15:21 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Finance & Audit, Parish Council

Parish Magazine - June 2020

Benefice magazine (virtual) for June 2020

Posted: Fri, 05 Jun 2020 16:41 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Benefice Magazine, Parish Magazine

Trusted information for parents and young people from the "YoungMinds" charity

With the closure of schools and the ever-changing situation regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) it is understandable that young people may be feeling increased levels of anxiety, concern or stress.

My name is Morag Tyler and my job role is Project Manager for Resilient Rutland, a Lottery funded project to support mental health and well-being for young people at school in Rutland.

We have been working hard... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 27 Apr 2020 17:52 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Public information, coronavirus

Bible Group Thursday Prayers at home

While the church is closed, the monthly bible studies are postponed. Instead, on EVERY Thursday from 2.00 to 3.00pm we are having a quiet time, each at home, thinking and praying for the coronavirus and other needs in our community and beyond. There are our thoughts and prayers to guide us on the internet which everyone is welcome to share.

Posted: Fri, 10 Apr 2020 11:26 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Church

Coronavirus - Support available in Manton

Self-isolating? Self-isolating and social distancing may impact on daily activity but together we can minimise problems and help one another out. Lots of Manton residents have come forward to offer help where needed including: Picking up medicine, picking up shopping, posting mail, dog walking, a friendly phone chat. You should have received a postcard in your letter box listing three local volunteers... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 23 Mar 2020 11:43 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Coronavirus, Self-isolating, Volunteers

Coronavirus - Public information notice

Public information notice from HM Government and NHS re Coronavirus

Posted: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 17:30 by Roger Hornby

Tags: NHS, Public information, coronavirus

Manton Village Hall 150 Club Winners

April 2020

£20: 26 Helen Maitland £10: 128 Jason Allen £10: 44 John Cowan £5: 131 Jason Allen £5: 21 Johnny De Lisle.
Snowball £90 was not won. Next month's snowball, £100, WILL be won.

May 2020

£20: 87 Fiona Jolley £10: 121 Grahame North £10: 37 Mary Hardwick £5: 55 Caroline Burnaby-Atkins £5: 113 Maisey Nussey.

Snowball £100... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 16 Oct 2018 19:00 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Village Hall, winners

Manton Investment Club - New members welcome

The Manton Investment Club has been running since 2008 and has been enjoyable and moderately successful for those concerned. Owing to departures over the years we are now keen to see if anybody from Manton or surrounding villages would be interested in joining. The basic format is that we contribute £50 per month and invest in shares (mainly UK at present) or retain cash whilst we wait for good... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 15 Oct 2018 18:00 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Investment Club

RCC warning of e-mail scam

RCC is warning residents not to respond to unsolicited emails offering refunds for an overpayment. Several residents have received an email that appears to come from HM Revenue & Customs and claims to offer a refund following a City Council overpayment for late 2017. RCC say that if they need to contact you about a refund they we will do this by letter or, rarely, by email from an RCC address.... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 24 Sep 2018 10:24 by Roger Hornby

Tags: Rutland County Council

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